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Playing the DVD R on computer

I can play back the movie, so I know I have it.
I have media player on my computer.
Camera is a DVD Camcorder DC210
I can't get the DVD to play on the computer.

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You need to finalise the disc if you want to play it in a PC or home DVD player.
There should be an option to finalise the disc in the menu.
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Hope that helps =)

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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